Dr. Korab DPMDirector of Podiatry
My name is Dr. Jeff Korab. I am originally from the Seattle area. I was introduced to the field of podiatry
after a basketball injury. I was seen by a podiatrist and he was able to help me recuperate quickly and
return to the court. During college, I decided to pursue a career in the field of podiatry because it aligned
with my interests and goals.
I received my Bachelor’s degree from Brigham Young University and my Doctoral degree from Temple
University where I graduated with honors. I completed an extensive foot and ankle surgical residency
with CHI Franciscan Health System in the Seattle area. During my training, I was able to expand my
surgical and clinical skills through various courses including ankle arthroscopy, external fixation, and
pediatric deformity correction. I had multiple opportunities to participate in the Yucatan Crippled
Children’s Project in Mexico, where we consulted and performed life-changing surgeries for children
with major birth defects.
I have been in practice for 12 years. I love helping patients get better. I feel that the best care is achieved
when the patient and the doctor work together as a team to achieve our goals. Listening to patients is
critical to timely diagnosis, treatment, and ultimately successful outcomes.
My family and I are excited to be in Arizona. I have a wonderful wife, 4 great kids, and an energetic mini
Goldendoodle. I am an avid sports fan. I enjoy watching my kids play sports and coaching their teams. I
also enjoy playing basketball, traveling, and spending time with my family.
Thank you for allowing me to be a part of your healthcare journey!
Dr. Martin DPMPodiatrist
I studied at Ohio College of Podiatric Medicine and did my primary and surgical residency at POH Medical Center in Pontiac MI. After completion of my residency, I decided to return to my home state and open my private practice.
In my practice, I enjoyed the diversity of treating all ages and providing care to patients in an area I loved so much. I became Vice-Chair at East Ohio Reginal Hospital, which gave me the opportunity to give my insight where it was needed to better serve our community and provide better medical care to our patients.
I felt humbled that my colleagues trusted me with the care of their patients in their referrals, which made me strive even more to provide medical excellence in their care.
I came to Arizona on vacation to visit friends and knew where I wanted to be. I fell in love with the desert, the vast land, and the people. I was excited to find that the opportunity to provide care to patients in their homes was available here. I believed in the ability to treat patients in their homes and provide care, making it easy for patients that otherwise would not obtain the care they needed without these services.
After much prayer and thought, my wife and I decided to relocate. I transitioned my patients in my practice to a trusted colleague and we made the move to Arizona.
I am married to my wife, Deborah. We have 2 grown sons and 3 grandsons. I enjoy spending time with family, UTV riding in the desert, riding our horses with my wife, and camping.
Dr. Hunt DPMPodiatrist
I grew up loving to read and learn and wanted to be a doctor and an artist. Even as a child, I loved medicine, and wanted to help people who felt ill. Originally from the St. Louis suburbs, I moved to Chicago in 1983, where I subsequently received a B.S. in biology at Northeastern Illinois University. I then began my studies at William Scholl College of Podiatric Medicine, also in Chicago. Graduating in 1994, I completed a residency at Sacred Heart Hospital, on Chicago's West Side, where I worked closely with employees and patients of different cultures, gaining both surgical and clinic experience. Although I have worked in several clinics, most of my career has involved house calls, an endeavor that is gratifying because I am able to render podiatry services for those who are unable or unwilling to leave the home, in the comfort of their home. In some ways, podiatry is an art, and sometimes provides the patient instant results and relief, which translates into a happy patient and happy podiatrist. I pride myself in bringing gentle, caring podiatric services to my patients, and strive to implement effective care plans, as well.
I reside with my Shih Tzu named Lulu Bean. I love animals, jogging, biking, friends, and nature. I am very happy to be working with my IHMS colleagues, and all of the services they have to offer and look forward to meeting you, too!
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